This resource attempts to explores the question of which item falls faster due to the mass of the object. There is a brief explanation of the science behind falling objects and the affects that the earths atmosphere has on falling objects. Since the air affects objects that are lighter to fall seemingly slower, I tried this activity with a ball of cotton and a tennis ball; because of the air resistance the cotton ball touched the ground after the tennis ball. This activity would be better paired with a video on falling objects to gain a better understanding of the other variables that affect a falling object, then develop an experiment of dropping various objects such as paper flat, paper crumpled, cardboard horizontal, cardboard vertical, etc. to observe the air resistance in each falling object.